Mal Bryce

Mal Bryce

In the last 25 years Mal has worked as a cabinet minister, company director, corporate manager, and senior consultant.

Key Points


  • Mal Bryce is a prominent businessman, senior consultant and minister
  • Bryce was the Deputy Premier of West Australia from 1983 until 1988
  • Bryce was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 1989 for services to the Western Australia Parliament
  • After his retirement from politics, Bryce became a pioneer in the application of the internet to business, government and communities
  • Bank West and Deloitte are a couple of the major corporations Bryce has held senior positions with

Biography

In the last 25 years Mal has worked as a cabinet minister, company director, corporate manager, and senior consultant.

During the 1980’s he established;

·         Australia’s most successful Technology Park, at Bentley in Western Australia.
·         The Western Australian Small Business Development Corporation,
·         The Western Australian SciTech Discovery Centre,
·         Australia’s first Government Department of Computing and Information Technology
·         The Institute for Science and Technology Policy at Murdoch University.

Throughout the 1990s Mal was a leading Australian pioneer in the application of the Internet to business, government agencies and communities. He was the principal architect for Australia’s first online community in Ipswich and he led the team that implemented Australia’s first community driven eCommerce Project in the Peel Region.

He is a former,

·         Director of Bank West.
·         Chairman and senior consultant to Dow Digital.
·         Executive Chairman of the Australian Centre for International Competitiveness in Sydney.
·         Chairman /director of six science based companies based in Australia and the USA
·         Member of the Prime Minister’s Science Council
·         Management Consultant with Deloitte Ross Tohmatsu
·         Deputy Premier of Western Australia.

He left the corporate fast lane and with a business partner established the Celebrating Lives Project, from which “ Celebrating Lives .com” is a spin off.

Mal is also a visiting Fellow at Curtin University.

Topics:

¨       Managing Innovation
¨       The Business Environment Beyond 2000
¨       Implications of the Internet for Companies and Communities
¨       Surviving The Internet Revolution as a Senior Manager.
¨       The Global Knowledge Economy
¨       Australian Communities Online
¨       Building The Online Communities
¨       The Online Economy: Questions that Company Directors must ask.
¨       The Emergence of ECommerce

Presentation Topics
  • Business development 
  • Ecommerce
Speakers you may find interesting
  • Glenn Cooper AM
    Glenn is the current Chairman of Coopers Brewing,  Australia’s largest independent brewing company and named in 2011 as the world’s top family business in 2011.   He was till June 2014 the Marketing Director of Coopers. He is also the current Chairman of Australian Made and Australian Grown.
    read more
  • David Hickie
    David Hickie was formerly Editor-in-Chief of the Sun-Herald and The Sydney Morning Herald. He is an expert in communications and the media.
    read more
  • Jules Allen
    Jules has been a Foster carer and single mother for over 30 children. She featured on Australian story in June 2014 and was acknowledged for her dedication and commitment to a life of service to others. She was a contestant on Masterchef 2013 and is vocal about the key role food plays in functioning families. She has launched her own charity for Women and Children and is an inspirational community leader. Furthermore she is a specialist consultant in teenagers in crisis and their families, She is the Ambassador for ‘adopt change’ with Deborah Lee Furness and Hugh Jackman. She is dedicated to influencing positive change in the lives of those in need, here and abroad!
    read more
  • David Smorgon OAM
    David spent 25 years as an executive and director with Smorgon Consolidated Industries, followed by 16 years as the chairman of the Western Bulldogs AFL Club. David is an outstanding speaker who can speak on almost any topic.
    read more
  • Major General A. J. (Jim) Molan AO DSC
    Leading a multi-national force of over 300,000 men and women in the face of a whole new insurgency is precisely when you find out if your leader is up to it.
    read more
  • General George Casey
    General George Casey was the 36th Chief of Staff of the United States Army. In this role, there were 1.1 million people under his command, and he had an annual budget of $200b. He was also the Commanding General of the Multi-National Force in Iraq from 2004 to 2007.
    read more
  • Tom Potter
    Tom Potter founded Eagle Boys Pizza in 1987 in Albury and went on to become a great Australian business success story. He left school at 15 and didn’t come from a wealthy background, yet within 20 years, he’d opened over 200 franchises in Australia, New Zealand & Fiji.
    read more
  • Holly Ransom
    Holly was handpicked by Rio Tinto CEO Sam Walsh, at the age of 21 to support him in creating effective change through the  organisation. She was also handpicked by Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott to work on the World Y 20 and B20 conferences in Australia in July and September 2014 and was a 2013 finalist for the Young Australian of the Year. The Financial Review named her one of the 100 Most Influential Women in Australia. Holly exudes energy and is uplifting to be around. When she speaks, people listen whether young or old, experienced or at the start of their careers. Holly was on ABC’s Q and A recently with many people commenting that she’s a future Prime Minister. Holly's presentations are outstanding and cover areas such as Effective Change, Intergenerational Leadership, Organisational Intrapreneurship, Strategic Communication, community engagement and stakeholder management. Not a bad CV for a lady who hasn't even reached her mid 20's!
    read more